Attention Orange County, Los Angeles, and the Inland Empire fans:
Why LA? Pourquoi Paris? author Diane Ratican is to be featured in an interview this Sunday, February, 18, at 6:30pm PST on SundayNight Live with Bruce Cook!
Sunday Night Live with Bruce Cook
February 18th, 2018
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Catch Diane Ratican on America’s Dining and Travel Show on Biz Talk Radio this Sunday, February 4th at 12pm Pacific Standard Time. Diane will be talking to host Pierre Wolfe about her book, Why LA? Pourquoi Paris?, along with winter in Paris, which museums have the best restaurants, and more awesome travel info.
Sunday, February 4
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Why LA? Pourquoi Paris? author Diane Ratican and illustrator Nick Lu
LA Book Signing and Print Signing
Why LA? Pourquoi Paris? illustrates the beauty of the City of Lights and the City of Stars. Diane Ratican, Los Angeles native, fell in love with Paris at 18 and has been connected to the city ever since. After years of visiting cafes, perusing boutiques, and embracing all that the city has to offer, she started her own fashion apparel business, importing and distributing designer French children’s clothing in her home city. Los Angeles has long been known for its incorporation of natural beauty, including year-round sunshine and easy access to the mountains, beach, and desert. Ratican began drawing comparisons between the natural beauty of Los Angeles and the striking cultural significance of Paris.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
11:20am Central Time
Broadcast regionally on KFMG 98.9 FM
Streaming globally through www.kfmg.org
Diane Ratican elevates her popular comparative societal art book, “Why LA? Pourquoi Paris?” to a wonderful new level with her bilingual edition. With comparative panels in French and English, this compelling book is a must-have for anyone who have a special passion for either of these metropolises, the French language, or the beauty of two artists intertwining their talents into an eye-catching, deep dive of these to world-class cities.
“Whether intimately familiar with one or both of these cities, simply fascinated by who they are, or desire a cultural comparative journey with two great global metropolises, Diane Ratican’s beautifully illustrated excursion is delightfully rewarding.” – The Culture Buzz